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Jaco van Wyk is a reverend with the Dutch Reformed Church for the Deaf in Gauteng. Photo: Supplied
Jaco van Wyk is a reverend with the Dutch Reformed Church for the Deaf in Gauteng. Photo: Supplied

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The deaths of his father and grandparents in quick succession caused Jaco van Wyk, who is hard of hearing, to be angry with God. At the time, the 18-year-old did not know that God had big plans for him.

Today, he is a reverend with the Dutch Reformed Church for the Deaf in Gauteng.

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